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MQ&C Advertising: Green Pastures (1992)

CK Carman

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    Produced by MC&Q Advertising, this television commercial promotes the memories made at Green Pastures. Completed in 1895, Green Pastures is a historic Victorian home located in Austin’s Bouldin Creek neighborhood. Home to many families through the years, the house was also the childhood residence of Austin storyteller John Henry Faulk. His sister Mary Faulk Koock and her husband Chester Koock opened the Green Pastures Restaurant in 1946. The Austin-based MQ&C Advertising was founded in 1982 by Ben Morris, Tom “TQ” Quarles, and Cindy Carman.